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February 08, 2020, 01:30:25 PM
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OMG ! Not leond HuhHuh??   Have send you a PM please read it !

Guess it was a accident that he got nuked !

Hi guys!

Just for completeness an important info: leond is back again!

The whole thing was a big misunderstanding and will not happen again.
Have a nice weekend and stay diligent Smiley

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February 11, 2020, 08:37:49 AM
Last edit: February 12, 2020, 12:37:19 PM by Stalker22
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Please ban Newbie wedwilson nuked for plagiarism:

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Tip 1: Pay attention to apostrophes

Don’t ignore this important punctuation mark, because the apostrophe is used to form contractions as well as the possessive case (for example, sister’s book, John’s son). If you omit the apostrophe, you can easily change the meaning of words: its – it’s, their – they’re. Be careful!

Tip 2: Always use a comma after introductory phrases or prepositional phrases.

It sounds like it makes no sense, but in fact, it is extremely simple. The prepositional phrase is a word combination, the main element of which is a preposition. Usually, the prepositional phrase begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun.

Here are some examples:

Under the pile of clothes, we found his wallet.

After a hard day at work, Jean loves to relax in the backyard.

Tip 3: Memorize as many heteronyms (homophones) and suffixes as possible.
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Archive: http://archive.is/kIqTn

Original: https://preply.com/en/blog/2014/09/09/10-practical-tips-to-improve-your-knowledge-of-english-grammar/
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Tip 1: Pay attention to apostrophes

Don’t ignore this important punctuation mark, because the apostrophe is used to form contractions as well as the possessive case (for example, sister’s book, John’s son). If you omit the apostrophe, you can easily change the meaning of words: its – it’s, their – they’re. Be careful!

Tip 2: Always use a comma after introductory phrases or prepositional phrases.

It sounds like it makes no sense, but in fact, it is extremely simple. The prepositional phrase is a word combination, the main element of which is a preposition. Usually, the prepositional phrase begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun.

Here are some examples:

Under the pile of clothes, we found his wallet.

After a hard day at work, Jean loves to relax in the backyard.

Tip 3: Memorize as many heteronyms (homophones) and suffixes as possible.
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February 11, 2020, 09:33:26 AM
Last edit: February 12, 2020, 12:31:20 PM by Stalker22
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Please ban Newbie @MarkHen29177965 banned for plagiarism (from the same thread as the previous one):

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How much do you know?

If you read this page, it's a safe bet that you know English grammar. That is, you know how to put words together in a reasonable order and add the right ending. Have you ever opened a grammar book or not, do you know how to combine words and letters that others can understand. After all, the first English grammar book was used a thousand years before it was published.

But how much do you know about grammar?

And, really, why doesn't anyone want to learn about grammar?

Knowing grammar, Cambridge Encyclopedia (David Crystal), Cambridge University Press, 2003 in the English language means "we will be able to talk about what we can do while talking - to describe the rules, and when they fail to apply. What happens then. "

The Cambridge Encyclopedia (one of our top 10 references for writers and editors), Crystal spends hundreds of pages on all aspects of the English language, including its history and vocabulary, regional and social variations, and discourse between spoken and written English. .
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Archive: http://archive.is/kIqTn

Original: 6 Reasons Why We Should Study English Grammar by Richard Nordquist
https://www.thoughtco.com/why-should-we-study-english-grammar-1689664

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February 12, 2020, 11:09:38 AM
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User woodchucker is making copy/paste announcement threads . As you can see it's the same text, just different names used.

About:
The Trigger blockchain is an experimental open-source, hybrid Proof-of-Work (PoW) and Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain fueled by the native Triggercoin (TXR) cryptocurrency. The public launch of the Trigger blockchain is going to occur on 20h05 - 12/02/2020 GMT+7.

For the first 2 years, Trigger will have a hybrid PoS/PoW emission. PoW mining will last for approximately 2 years, until block height 525,600, after which only PoS-based emission remains. In other words, after 2 years, all ~117.5m (including superblock) TXR coins allocated for mining will be distributed and in circulation. Once there is no more emissions from mining, a 5% annual staking reward per year will continue indefinitely. Below is a detailed overview of TXR mining emission schedule:
https://archive.fo/Avj6n


About:
The Vortex blockchain is an experimental open-source, hybrid Proof-of-Work (PoW) and Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain fueled by the native Vortexcoin (V0X) cryptocurrency. The public launch of the Vortex blockchain is going to occur on 20h00 -12/02/2020 GMT+7.

For the first 2 years, Vortex will have a hybrid PoS/PoW emission. PoW mining will last for approximately 2 years, until block height 525,600, after which only PoS-based emission remains. In other words, after 2 years, all ~117.5m (including superblock) V0X coins allocated for mining will be distributed and in circulation. Once there is no more emissions from mining, a 5% annual staking reward per year will continue indefinitely. Below is a detailed overview of V0X mining emission schedule:

https://archive.ph/XKBpZ


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The Violette blockchain is an experimental open-source, hybrid Proof-of-Work (PoW) and Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain fueled by the native Violettecoin (VIO) cryptocurrency. The public launch of the Violette blockchain is going to occur on 20h10 - 12/02/2020 GMT+7.

For the first 2 years, Violette will have a hybrid PoS/PoW emission. PoW mining will last for approximately 2 years, until block height 525,600, after which only PoS-based emission remains. In other words, after 2 years, all ~117.5m (including superblock) VIO coins allocated for mining will be distributed and in circulation. Once there is no more emissions from mining, a 5% annual staking reward per year will continue indefinitely. Below is a detailed overview of VIO mining emission schedule:
https://archive.ph/KDc8X

 

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February 12, 2020, 12:42:09 PM
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Hi guys. I am kindly asking for your support in reporting this post for plagiarism. Here is the plagiarized portion of the post, written today:

Validating Nodes; AKA Sybil Systems
There is no such thing as a validating node in Bitcoin. Bitcoin scales using SPV, but even with what some people in the BTC religion call full validating nodes, only miners matter. In particular, nodes were designed to preclude Sybil systems. Bitcoin is a proof-of-work system. Nodes are defined in six steps in the white paper. Any system that does not complete all of the six stages is not a node in Bitcoin. As such, any Raspberry Pi system is alluding itself. Your Raspberry Pi will never find a proof-of-work. Any such system is by definition a Sybil.

Here is the original content, published Nov 14th, 2019:

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Validating Nodes; AKA Sybil Systems
There is no such thing as a validating node in Bitcoin. Bitcoin scales using SPV, but even with what some people in the BTC religion call full validating nodes, only miners matter. In particular, nodes were designed to preclude Sybil systems. Bitcoin is a proof-of-work system. Nodes are defined in six steps in the white paper. Any system that does not complete all of the six stages is not a node in Bitcoin. As such, any Raspberry Pi system is alluding itself. Your Raspberry Pi will never find a proof-of-work. Any such system is by definition a Sybil.

You can check the original post (archived) to verify that its a word-for-word copy/paste with no accreditation or references.

I have already reported it but am requesting additional reporters. Thanks for your help!

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February 12, 2020, 12:51:03 PM
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Reported it with a link to your post above.

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February 13, 2020, 10:38:40 AM
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Some new accounts appear to be implicated to posting plagiarized ang generally nonsensical walls of text in what looks like an obscure attempt to promote an altcoin.
Here's a few I could find:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2748736
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2658573
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2746795

God knows how many rules they've broken. Posting plagiarized content is just one of the offenses. Also bumping their own threads, posting irrelevant responses to other topics to promote their own, off-topic threads... More than one promotional threads, bumps more than once every 24h... You get the idea.

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February 13, 2020, 10:51:58 PM
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Newbie Muhammad ayyan deserves a ban for copy/pasting content from Wikipedia.

Have you  ever seen bitcoin ATM Machine?

A Bitcoin ATM (Automated Teller Machine)  is present now in  alot of countries of the world. Bitcoin ATM  allows a person to purchase Bitcoin by using cash or debit card. Some Bitcoin ATMs offer bi-directional functionality enabling both the purchase of Bitcoin as well as the sale of Bitcoin for cash. Hopefully bitcoin  can be use soon like real currency what is your thinking about that?

Quote from: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Bitcoin ATM (Automated Teller Machine) is a kiosk that allows a person to purchase Bitcoin by using cash or debit card. Some Bitcoin ATMs offer bi-directional functionality enabling both the purchase of Bitcoin as well as the sale of Bitcoin for cash.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin_ATM


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February 15, 2020, 05:56:11 PM
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Accused user for plagiarism: BHOSALE57

Post on BTCTalk: http://archive.fo/fH6nG
Copied from: http://archive.fo/4ePf3

In case the user returns for a ban evasion, I'll leave here some of the links he posted himself:

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Last edit: February 17, 2020, 01:42:40 AM by HCP
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UPDATED:
User: HammaSan - BANNED
Reason: Plagiarism via a spinbot/textspinner

Unfortunately for this user, the problem with spinbots and textspinners is that they always output something a bit "nonsense" that makes them easy to spot:
Craig Wright currently wages a legal battle with the property of his former business partner, David Kleiman, for 1.1 million bitcoins.
Wright, who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of Bitcoin, published an update on the status of private keys and his ability to access bitcoins, satisfying a court decision that forces him to hand over half to Kleiman's estate.
In early January, US judge Beth Bloom gave Wright a February 3 deadline to comply. Wright responded in the affirmative, claiming that a “customs mail” that holds the keys to unlocking encrypted Bitcoin would arrive this month.
Until the appearance of that mail, Wright said that bitcoins would remain inaccessible.
The bitcoins in this court case were mined in the early days. If accessed by Wright, they could prove his claim that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. But as the case unfolds, Wright has been accused of falsifying documents and lying.
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LOL @ "customs mail"... when everyone knows the term being used in this case is "bonded courier". Roll Eyes Roll Eyes


Anyway... after some googling, I found the original article on the DailyHODL website here:
Just days ago Craig Wright, the Australian computer scientist locked in a legal battle with the estate of his former business partner over a Bitcoin trove worth billions, said he was about to obtain the private keys to access the stash of crypto.

Wright, who claims he is Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of Bitcoin, has now issued an update on the status of the private keys and his ability to access the Bitcoin, thereby satisfying a court ruling that compels him to turn over half of the 1.1 million BTC to the estate of his late business partner, David Kleiman.

Earlier this month, US judge Beth Bloom gave Wright a deadline of February 3rd to comply. Wright responded in the affirmative, claiming that a “bonded courier” who possesses the keys to unlock the encrypted Bitcoin would arrive this month. Until the appearance of said courier, Wright said that the alleged “Tulip Trust” containing the Bitcoin would remain inaccessible.

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The Bitcoin at the heart of the case was mined in the early days. If unlocked by Wright, it would substantiate his claim that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. But as the case unfolds, Wright has been accused of forging documents and telling lies.
Original article has been archived

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February 16, 2020, 06:49:55 AM
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Please ban this newbie account CryptoJack101 he/she has plagiarized the content without any source

A cryptocurrency wallet is a secure digital wallet used to store, send, and receive digital currency like Bitcoin. Most coins have an official wallet or a few officially recommended third party wallets. In order to use any cryptocurrency you will need to use a cryptocurrency wallet.

Cryptocurrency itself is not actually “stored” in a wallet. Instead, a private key (secure digital code known only to you and your wallet) is stored that shows ownership of a public key (a public digital code connected to a certain amount of currency). So your wallet stores your private and public keys, allows you to send and receive coins, and also acts as a personal ledger of transactions.

IMPORTANT: Never share your wallet password or private key and never enter your password or private key anywhere (unless you are accessing your wallet via private key and password). To send coins and receive coins you only need to share your public wallet address (your “public key”).

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What is a Cryptocurrency Wallet?

A cryptocurrency wallet is a secure digital wallet used to store, send, and receive digital currency like Bitcoin. Most coins have an official wallet or a few officially recommended third party wallets. In order to use any cryptocurrency you will need to use a cryptocurrency wallet.

Cryptocurrency itself is not actually “stored” in a wallet. Instead, a private key (secure digital code known only to you and your wallet) is stored that shows ownership of a public key (a public digital code connected to a certain amount of currency). So your wallet stores your private and public keys, allows you to send and receive coins, and also acts as a personal ledger of transactions.

IMPORTANT: Never share your wallet password or private key and never enter your password or private key anywhere (unless you are accessing your wallet via private key and password). To send coins and receive coins you only need to share your public wallet address (your “public key”).


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February 17, 2020, 03:08:03 PM
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[SEVS] Sevastopol plagiarized there whole ANN from Liquid CASH - LCASH

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LiquidCash is the payment method choosen by professionals and companies to achieve fast and secure payments for their jobs and build assets for business.

We aim to create an immediate network of partners that accept LCASH.

Our partners at the moment are:

MC IT SOLUTION ADVICE (ITA)
MC is a security companie working for a decade on government IT security and can offer any IT service, from service fruition, web servers setup, managing and securing, crypto payment development and security

CRYPTALIA IT PROFESSIONALS (IT)
Criptalia ITP offer services and crypto advice, pro tech support, IT support and conseuling, blockchain project management, high level managing servers for cryptoworld etc.

Other local activities and professionals are already accepting LCASH

Services or goods providers, who accepts LCASH, will always grant a discount on service fees in order to push crypto payment adoption as much as possible

We plan to be accessible in the most easy way!

you will be able to find LCASH on ATMs such as in crypto markets or websites selling packs of LCASH you will use to pay for your needs

Fast & Secure transactions will be possible from official mobile wallet and other famous (and reliable) crypto wallets where we will be included.


1q 2020
- build explorer
- build mac wallet
- build mobile wallet
- build website
- listing first exchange
- sign most partnership possible

2q 2020
- publish company collaborations
- listing on major volume exchange
- release first asset
- company rebrand

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- availability on ATM
- availability on Visa/Crypto platform (like wirex or else)         


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His thread: http://archive.fo/dMXto
Original article: http://archive.fo/zfDPY

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February 18, 2020, 08:58:31 AM
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Plagiarist: PreciousTheo

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Bitcoin is simply the biggest, most popular Crytocurrency in the market right now. It has earned it's position by ushering in a new era of anonymous transaction ever known.

While the are people who says that Bitcoin is untenable and is not very a valuable investment option.

LET'S LOOK AT THE REASONS WHY BITCOIN HAS BECOME POPULAR


The first and foremost reason is anonymity.                                           Bitcoin allows users to send money to any place in the world at minimum cost and that gains it self (Bitcoin) an achievement.
The second is stability.                       Despite the up's and down's of it's (Bitcoin) values, it is still relatively stable than some other currencies in the world which experiences hyperinflation.
The third is Time.                                Bitcoin might not be the fastest but it is certainly a score faster than other non anonymous flat currencies.
Security.                                               Bitcoin is definitely one of the most secure Crytocurrency we have right now. And with thousands working to keep the dozens from starling the money from the millions, it's likely to stay that way.
Since Bitcoin use complex technology, it cannot be outsmarted by any knuckle head. You will actually require some serious skills to make a digital heist.

In short, Bitcoin has definitely shown us that Crytocurrencies have a lot of potential and it's an inch close in becoming a reliable investment mode. The is no denying that if it continues evolving like this it will attract more counterparts and then it will be right on top.

Thank you
Written by: Precious Theo

The original > https://www.quora.com/How-did-Bitcoin-become-popular/answer/Archana-Priyadarshini-7

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Archana Priyadarshini, Web Content Writer at NetTantra Technologies (2019-present)
Answered Jul 16, 2019


The first and foremost reason is anonymity. Bitcoin allows users to send money to any place in the world at minimum costs and that in itself is an achievement.

The second is stability. Despite the up and down nature of Bitcoin values, it is still relatively more stable than some other currencies in the world which experience hyperinflation.

Bitcoin might not be the fastest but it is certainly a score faster than other non-anonymous fiat currencies.

Security. Bitcoin is definitely one of the most secure cryptocurrencies we have right now. And with thousands working to keep the dozens from stealing the money from the millions, it is likely to stay that way.

Since Bitcoin uses complex technology, it cannot be outsmarted by any knucklehead. You would actually require some serious skills to make a digital heist.

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February 18, 2020, 10:16:03 AM
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short update here about the reports of the last days:

Accused user for plagiarism: BHOSALE57
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Please ban this newbie account CryptoJack101 he/she has plagiarized the content without any source
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User : mokbor please ban that User for plagiarism
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Last edit: February 18, 2020, 12:52:23 PM by Lafu
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User : mokbor please ban that User for plagiarism
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Thanks Bro but guess he must be was banned already , the thread was deleted already yesterday !
And i also got an post in my other thread about from Rizzrack here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5182222.msg53858974#msg53858974.

But thanks for let me know.


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February 18, 2020, 12:44:34 PM
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Bro but guess he must be wa banned already , the thread was deleted already yesterday !
But thanks for let me know.

Yes, it was. I just listed it so that my post would reflect the latest status Smiley sorry if that wasn't immediately apparent before.
today i only intervened with 2 of the 4 users. the listing was, as i said, only so that the thread here is up2date and multiple messages are not necessary.
so please continue and stay aware. good work as always Smiley

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User : Riyasteve
Reason : Plagiarism & Clickbait link

https://web.archive.org/save/https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5202729.msg53119461

The acronym EOS was confined to Canon DSLRs for a long time. However, today, it has changed and transitioned into the realm of blockchain and decentralized applications. EOS, as the last two letters imply, is an operating system that intends to support large-scale decentralized applications.

This revolution might seem like yet another step in the evolution of blockchain if not for two groundbreaking claims made by EOS.

  • EOS has the capacity to conduct millions of transactions per second. This restriction of scalability was considered as one of the limitations of blockchain.
  • EOS states that they can completely remove transaction fees.

How are they going to affect this and how exactly will these two claims make practical sense? Read on!

Effecting Millions of Transactions Per Second:

Scalability has been one of the biggest issues that hampered the progress of blockchain in being adopted globally. However, with EOS, the issue of scalability is effectively addressed by utilizing the Delegated Proof of Stake consensus (DPOS) mechanism. It is a little different from the traditional proof of stake.

Traditionally, validators lock up some coins as stake and then they begin validating the blocks. When they discover a block that they think can be added to the chain, they will validate it by placing a bet on it. If the block gets appended, the validators will get a reward that is proportional to the bets that they had placed.

However, in DPOS, any person who holds tokens on a blockchain which is integrated into the operating system can select blocks for validation. It is done through a continuous voting system. Everyone is eligible to participate in the election and they will be given an opportunity to produce blocks that are proportional to the number of votes that they receive relative to other producers.

How Does it Work?

  • Blocks are produced in multiples of 21.
  • At the start of every round, 21 block producers are chosen. While the top 20 chosen automatically, the last of them is chosen proportional to the number of votes that they receive relative to other contenders.
  • The producers are randomized using a pseudo-random number that is derived from the block time.
  • This process is in place to ensure the maintenance of balanced connectivity to all the other producers.
  • To ensure a continuous supply of blocks, a producer has to produce at least one block every 24 hours.
  • DPOS also eliminates the instances of forks because the producers will not complete but rather co-operate to find blocks.

Removing Transaction Fees

EOS works by a model where users, rather than paying fees for every transaction, will be entitled to use resources proportional to the number of tokens they hold. While it mandates that users should hold tokens to effect transactions, it also makes transaction fees essentially zero on the paper.

This presents a clear cut advantage over Ethereum. It is known that the cost of running and hosting applications in Ethereum could be a deterrent for a novice developer. However, in EOS, the developers get ownership of the resource based on the stake that they hold, rather than just the experience of renting.

The Latest EOS:

The latest testnet version of EOS is Dawn 4.0. This new dawn brings with it, a lot of new changes. Some of them are:

  • Changing of the current time from 'time of head block' to 'time of current block'.
  • The RAM marketplace
  • Future parallelism DPOS
  • Header-only validation
  • Block producer awards
  • Vote decay

While the first point is quite self-explanatory and is expected to put an end to all the time-related issues, every other topic deserves detailed discussion.

The RAM Marketplace

We have seen that the resources in the EOS blockchain are available to a user proportional to the number of tokens that they possess. However, the resources are scarce and it is one of the reasons that you can only posess the tokens and not use them for a period of three years. A user who uses the tokens will have their accounts terminated.

Tokens can also be used as instruments of transaction. Resources like CPU and network bandwidth can be sold to acquire tokens proportional to the volume that was sold. However, it might not be the case with RAM.

RAM is one of the resources that rank high when it comes to demand. The early EOS adopters will get their RAM for a very cheap price. When more developers enter the blockchain to build their applications, the demand for RAM increases proportionally. This is classically how any business is supposed to work. However, since the number of tokens is always proportional to the resources, early adopters will not have any economic incentive.

This was untangled by the RAM marketplace. A user who wants to buy or sell RAM will be charged a 0.5% fee. The collected fees are burnt, curbing the possibilities of marketing and inflation. This ensures a steady availability of RAM and also complies with the demand and supply equation. It is expected that the EOS block producers should be able to upgrade to four terabytes or even 16 terabytes of RAM.

Future Parallelism

Scalability is one of the biggest challenges that the blockchain community intends to take on, and EOS has addressed it by bringing in parallelism. The equation sounds pretty simple conceptually. For the applications to scale properly, RAM usage needs to be maximized. One of the best ways to approach this maximizing is by using parallel chains with independent memory regions, aptly named as sidechains.

A sidechain is a parallel chain that runs along the main chain and is attached to the main with a two-way peg. The sidechain not only scales up effortlessly but also creates a sense of competition between two sidechains. They are expected to obey the protocols of EOS. The sidechains can communicate with each other by using Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC). Communication is of vital importance when it comes to scalability and utilizing all the available resources.

IBCs use Merkle Trees/roofs to speed up the process of finding if a data belongs to a particular block or node.

Header-only Validation

As the name implies, instead of validating the whole block, EOS validates only the header. It makes the process more efficient and facilitates simple communication. It also prevents a lot of attack vectors.

Block Producer Rewards

The concept of 21 block producers and the DPOS has an indigenous reward system. The inbuilt inflation system increases the overall supply by 5% every year and these surplus tokens are distributed accordingly. 1% goes to the producers and 4% goes for worker proposal systems. This ensures that the producers are not only paid but also incentivized. Everyone who qualifies is bound to get the minimum payment per day. This ensures that wealthy individuals who do not intend to produce blocs never attempt to earn interest on their producer-candidate by voting on themselves.

There are two kinds of rewards called the block rewards and the vote rewards, distributed at 0.25% and 0.75% in that order. The 21 block producers are entitled to 0.25%. The remaining 0.75% gets distributed among the block producers and standby producers in line with the votes that they get. It is essential that producers who want to qualify for this reward must process at least 100 EOS tokens.

The remaining 4% is used for research and development on the EOS blockchain. It can also be used for charitable and relief purposes.

Vote Decay

It is quite known that in a democratic and decentralized ecosystem, voting is of vital importance. However, just like beneficiaries from taxpayers, there are freeloaders in the EOS ecosystem as well. The 'My vote won't change anything' mindset is quite likely to pervade to EOS users as well.

To ensure that democratic participations do not diminish, the creators of EOS introduced the concept of decaying vote. The power of each vote diminishes every year and the user must recast their vote every week to ensure so that the diminishing does not occur. If a person does not vote, their power in the blockchain reduces and this eliminates free-loader problem.

The Conclusion

It is quite evident that EOS is heralding the B2C revolution of blockchain. With the decentralization and the capacity to infinitesimally scale, it could well be the Panacea that will bridge large scale industries and blockchain applications.

There might have been a few hiccups that have tarnished the progress and image of EOS. However, the way in which these issues are addressed makes the future look bright and promising!


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A Comprehensive Guide To EOS
By Scott macy on ALTCOIN MAGAZINE

Aug 1, 2019
The acronym EOS was confined to Canon DSLRs for a long time. However, today, it has changed and transitioned into the realm of blockchain and decentralized applications. EOS, as the last two letters imply, is an operating system that intends to support large-scale decentralized applications.

This revolution might seem like yet another step in the evolution of blockchain if not for two groundbreaking claims made by EOS.
EOS has the capacity to conduct millions of transactions per second. This restriction of scalability was considered as one of the limitations of blockchain.
EOS states that they can completely remove transaction fees.
How are they going to affect this and how exactly will these two claims make practical sense? Read on!

Effecting Millions of Transactions Per Second:
Scalability has been one of the biggest issues that hampered the progress of blockchain in being adopted globally. However, with EOS, the issue of scalability is effectively addressed by utilizing the Delegated Proof of Stake consensus (DPOS) mechanism. It is a little different from the traditional proof of stake.
Traditionally, validators lock up some coins as stake and then they begin validating the blocks. When they discover a block that they think can be added to the chain, they will validate it by placing a bet on it. If the block gets appended, the validators will get a reward that is proportional to the bets that they had placed.
However, in DPOS, any person who holds tokens on a blockchain which is integrated into the operating system can select blocks for validation. It is done through a continuous voting system. Everyone is eligible to participate in the election and they will be given an opportunity to produce blocks that are proportional to the number of votes that they receive relative to other producers.

How Does it Work?
Blocks are produced in multiples of 21.
At the start of every round, 21 block producers are chosen. While the top 20 chosen automatically, the last of them is chosen proportional to the number of votes that they receive relative to other contenders.
The producers are randomized using a pseudo-random number that is derived from the block time.
This process is in place to ensure the maintenance of balanced connectivity to all the other producers.
To ensure a continuous supply of blocks, a producer has to produce at least one block every 24 hours.
DPOS also eliminates the instances of forks because the producers will not complete but rather co-operate to find blocks.

Removing Transaction Fees
EOS works by a model where users, rather than paying fees for every transaction, will be entitled to use resources proportional to the number of tokens they hold. While it mandates that users should hold tokens to affect transactions, it also makes transaction fees essentially zero on the paper.
This presents a clear cut advantage over Ethereum. It is known that the cost of running and hosting applications in Ethereum could be deterring for a novice developer. However, in EOS, the developers get ownership of the resource-based on the stake that they hold, rather than just the experience of renting.

The Latest EOS:
The latest testnet version of EOS is Dawn 4.0. This new dawn brings with it, a lot of new changes.

Some of them are:
Changing of the current time from ‘time of head block’ to ‘time of current block’.
The RAM marketplace
Future parallelism DPOS
Header-only validation
Block producer awards
Vote decay
While the first point is quite self-explanatory and is expected to put an end to all the time-related issues, every other topic deserves detailed discussion.

The RAM Marketplace
We have seen that the resources in the EOS blockchain are available to a user proportional to the number of tokens that they possess. However, the resources are scarce and it is one of the reasons that you can only process the tokens and not use them for a period of three years. A user who uses the tokens will have their accounts terminated.
Tokens can also be used as instruments of transaction. Resources like CPU and network bandwidth can be sold to acquire tokens proportional to the volume that was sold. However, it might not be the case with RAM.
RAM is one of the resources that rank high when it comes to demand. The early EOS adopters will get their RAM for a very cheap price. When more developers enter the blockchain to build their applications, the demand for RAM increases proportionally. This is classically how any business is supposed to work. However, since the number of tokens is always proportional to the resources, early adopters will not have any economic incentive.
This was untangled by the RAM marketplace. A user who wants to buy or sell RAM will be charged a 0.5% fee. The collected fees are burnt, curbing the possibilities of marketing and inflation. This ensures a steady availability of RAM and also complies with the demand and supply equation. It is expected that the EOS block producers should be able to upgrade to four terabytes or even 16 terabytes of RAM.

Future Parallelism
Scalability is one of the biggest challenges that the blockchain community intends to take on, and EOS has addressed it by bringing in parallelism. The equation sounds pretty simple conceptually. For the applications to scale properly, RAM usage needs to be maximized. One of the best ways to approach this maximizing is by using parallel chains with independent memory regions, aptly named as sidechains.
A sidechain is a parallel chain that runs along the main chain and is attached to the main with a two-way peg. The sidechain not only scales up effortlessly but also creates a sense of competition between two sidechains. They are expected to obey the protocols of EOS. The sidechains can communicate with each other by using Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC). Communication is of vital importance when it comes to scalability and utilizing all the available resources.
IBCs use Merkle Trees/roofs to speed up the process of finding if a data belongs to a particular block or
Header-only Validation
As the name implies, instead of validating the whole block, EOS validates only the header. It makes the process more efficient and facilitates simple communication. It also prevents a lot of attack vectors.

Block Producer Rewards
The concept of 21 block producers and the DPOS has an indigenous reward system. The inbuilt inflation system increases the overall supply by 5% every year and these surplus tokens are distributed accordingly. 1% goes to the producers and 4% goes for worker proposal systems. This ensures that the producers are not only paid but also incentivized. Everyone who qualifies is bound to get the minimum payment per day. This ensures that wealthy individuals who do not intend to produce blocs never attempt to earn interest on their producer-candidate by voting on themselves.
There are two kinds of rewards called the block rewards and the vote rewards, distributed at 0.25% and 0.75% in that order. The 21 block producers are entitled to 0.25%. The remaining 0.75% gets distributed among the block producers and standby producers in line with the votes that they get. It is essential that producers who want to qualify for this reward must process at least 100 EOS tokens.
The remaining 4% is used for research and development on the EOS blockchain. It can also be used for charitable and relief purposes.

Vote Decay
It is quite known that in a democratic and decentralized ecosystem, voting is of vital importance. However, just like beneficiaries from taxpayers, there are freeloaders in the EOS ecosystem as well. The ‘My vote won’t change anything’ mindset is quite likely to pervade to EOS users as well.
To ensure that democratic participations do not diminish, the creators of EOS introduced the concept of decaying vote. The power of each vote diminishes every year and the user must recast their vote every week to ensure so that the diminishing does not occur. If a person does not vote, their power in the blockchain reduces and this eliminates free-loader problem.

The Conclusion
It is quite evident that EOS is heralding the B2C revolution of blockchain. With the decentralization and the capacity to infinitesimally scale, it could well be the Panacea that will bridge large scale industries and blockchain applications.
There might have been a few hiccups that have tarnished the progress and image of EOS. However, the way in which these issues are addressed makes the future look bright and promising!



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The southern Indian state of Telangana is to launch a dedicated blockchain incubator.

According to a report in the Times of India on Monday, Rama Devi, a senior official in the IT&C Department of the state government, said the new incubator would soon team with top educational institutions such as IIIT-Hyderabad and the Indian School of Business to support startups in the working blockchain space.

“We have developed 12 use cases wherein blockchain technology can be used to solve some of the issues faced by citizens… In the coming days we are coming up multiple initiatives such as setting up incubator.

 at the sidelines of the launch of T-Block, a blockchain accelerator set up by the Telangana government in partnership with industrial giant Tech Mahindra.

Startups accepted into the accelerator will be provided a one-week boot camp followed by a month-long training program, with mentorship and advice from "experts in the startup and blockchain space," according to the Times.

The Indian federal government has been keen to explore blockchain tech and has even spoken of the possibility of a digital rupee. In November 2019, Minister of state for electronics and IT Sanjay Dhotre said the government is drafting an approach paper on a national blockchain framework that will look at the potential for distributed ledger technology and the need for a common infrastructure for different use cases of the tech.

On the other hand, cryptocurrencies, the main use case for blockchain tech to date, have been suppressed amid reports the government is considering an outright ban.

The supreme court is currently hearing a case brought by the cryptocurrency industry attempting to lift a ban on banking services to crypto companies such as exchanges ordered by the central bank in April 2018.

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The southern Indian state of Telangana is to launch a dedicated blockchain incubator.

According to a report in the Times of India on Monday, Rama Devi, a senior official in the IT&C Department of the state government, said the new incubator would soon team with top educational institutions such as IIIT-Hyderabad and the Indian School of Business to support startups in the working blockchain space.

“We have developed 12 use cases wherein blockchain technology can be used to solve some of the issues faced by citizens… In the coming days we are coming up multiple initiatives such as setting up incubator,” Devi said.

Devi was speaking at the sidelines of the launch of T-Block, a blockchain accelerator set up by the Telangana government in partnership with industrial giant Tech Mahindra.

Startups accepted into the accelerator will be provided a one-week boot camp followed by a month-long training program, with mentorship and advice from “experts in the startup and blockchain space,” according to the Times.

The Indian federal government has been keen to explore blockchain tech and has even spoken of the possibility of a digital rupee. In November 2019, Minister of state for electronics and IT Sanjay Dhotre said the government is drafting an approach paper on a national blockchain framework that will look at the potential for distributed ledger technology and the need for a common infrastructure for different use cases of the tech.

On the other hand, cryptocurrencies, the main use case for blockchain tech to date, have been suppressed amid reports the government is considering an outright ban.

The supreme court is currently hearing a case brought by the cryptocurrency industry attempting to lift a ban on banking services to crypto companies such as exchanges ordered by the central bank in April 2018.

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